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St Austell Voice
The St Austell Voice has been covering the fortunes of Cornwall’s biggest town for more than 800 issues and is a popular staple of community life not only in the historic market town, but also in Clay Country, Mevagissey and Fowey.
The paper offers the standard Voice combination of hyper-local news, Cornwall-wide coverage and a host of fascinating magazine-style features.
Our Editor in chief Stuart Fraser (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Paul Williams (email@example.com) lead coverage of the communities, and are always happy to hear from people.
Local businesses can get their message to local readers on pages dedicated to the specific area at extra-value prices.
Columnists include St Austell MP Steve Double with a weekly update on how affairs in Parliament are affecting the area, former St Austell Brewery chief James Staughton with updates on the project to regenerate the town and local councillors who give monthly reports of what they’ve been doing.
Our recent issues have included looks at the work of local organisations like the coastguards and volunteer coast watchers, and efforts to improve the economic fortunes of the communities.
Our sports pages cover the area’s endeavours, including the fortunes of St Austell in both football and rugby.
And our chief photographer Paul Williams is out and about covering events in the areas.
Please get in touch with us through Stuart, Paul or our contact address, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Who we are
The Voice newspaper series is a hub for communities across Cornwall.
We are 100% committed to print - a reliable, trusted and safe way to keep up with all the news from where you live, share achievements, concerns and celebrations.
We provide readers and advertisers with an alternative to the ever-changing, transient world of the internet - a return to traditional values which prioritise community, stability and reliability above clickbait and “fake news”.